Newa Guest House

Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNewa Guest House Kathmandu

Reviewed by oreydc

yOU GOTTA STAY HERE!

Reviewed Dec 24, 2013
by (7 reviews) Ouro Preto , Brazil Flag of Brazil

I CANNOT POSSIBLY RECOMEND A GUESTHOUSE MORE... SO HELPFUL IN GETTIGN MY LOST LUGGAGE, AND CAME BACK ON A VERY COLD NIGHT TO FIND A HOT WATER BOTTLE IN MY BED... AHHH!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Newa Guest House Kathmandu

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Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

Last day, great doors

A travel blog entry by oreydc on Dec 24, 2013

105 photos

a morning walking around the backstreets and little alleys in Patan... and after finally retreiving my luggage I gave a fun lecture at KU...

WiFi access found... one day only!

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... there doesn't seem to be a particular time for this, so it means sometimes eating in the dark, and not being able to use the running water. The water itself is taken from a pump not too far away and used to fill a couple of tanks in the house, thou it is not drinkable so I need to buy bottled water each day for around 25 rupees.

I didn't sleep well again last night, though still better than the previous evening. This morning Dhruba and ...

Day 327/331 Namaste

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 103 photos

... world have to spend their time fetching water! Nepal is still in big economic difficulties but the statistics show that they are getting better: "only" 57% of the population lives on less than $ 2 per day!


















I forgot to mention the Kumari, the living goddess. According to the Hindu and Buddhist traditions ...

To Bid You Farewell

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jul 07, 2014

6 photos

... I had, from witnessing the majestic Annapurna mountain range, the tormenting massage at Thamel, the copious amounts of Chhaang drank at Patan, to the outrageous summer baking heat at Lumbini; the one thing that I absolutely adore was the Nepali connection I had made with so many locals. We joked, laughed, ate, drank, trekked, rickshawed, ...

Day 7 - Everest Day!!!

A travel blog entry by vmmackie on Jun 08, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... and that there can be jail sentences for killing sacred animals, 3 years for a dog, 7 for a monkey and 10 for a cow. In part of the site there is care home for the elderly who have no family to take care of them. I was surprised to know that it was Mother Theresa who founded it and there are still priests and nuns serving there. Hindus cremate their dead and the ceremony is public. At Pashpatinath you can see the dressed and fully draped bodies laid out on platforms ...